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April 03, 2019

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

Gadgets2All this time you thought Gotham City was in New Jersey. It turns out it is in British Columbia, Canada. That was where the caped crusader was last sighted, attempting to render aid to a police call.

The action was caught by a bystander who caught video of the incident. Melissa Parent said she was driving home Saturday evening when a police car pulled out in front of her and blocked the intersection. After several more police cars showed up to the area, Batman suddenly appeared on the scene.

"He was followed by five more police cars, so we pulled over at a safe distance to see what was going on. Before we knew it, the cops had their guns drawn and Batman came out of nowhere, parked in front of us in his black Dodge truck covered in the Batman logo and sprung into action," said Parent.

As it turned out, police were responding to a domestic incident and likely didn't need his help. Upon approaching the armed officers during the incident to offer them assistance, cops assured him that they "had it under control."

The realistic-looking crime fighter seen walking back across the street to his car.

A police spokesman told local media, "Situations like this are dynamic and subject to change very quickly: the presence of 'Batman' or anyone else is an unwanted distraction and foolish as they are placing themselves at risk."

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